I found the best free printable chore charts. You will be sure to find a reward system that works for your child out of one of these.
When I googled “printable chore chart,” I found a ton of amazing charts – all for a price. I just knew there had to be some free ones out there! Thankfully, my friend Jordyn from Almost Super Mom gathered 20 amazing FREE chore charts! And she is letting me share them with you here on my blog.
I hope this saves you time and sanity. There is something so fun about finding that one chore chart that you and your kids both love. It helps everyone stay on task, and knock out those chores!
20 Chore Charts Your Kids Will Actually LOVE
There are so many different kinds of chore charts in this list. From ones that are beautifully designed, to others that make it more like a job for earning money (like in the real world), this list is packed with ideas. And they are all free.
Definitely come back to tell me which is your favorite!
(Click the photo or the link below it to print to view the chart and print!)
1. Chevron Chore Chart
I love the chevron prints on this! Now, while you see chores printed, when you download this each line is blank. You can put whatever chores you want on the line.
2. Preschool Chore Chart With Pictures
This is a photo-based chore chart for young children that cannot read yet. When you download the chart it comes with chore pictures too.
3. Blank Morning & Evening Chart
I love how this is so gender neutral. And like the first one, when you download it, it comes blank, ready for you to fill it with chores.
4. My Responsibility Chart
This is for older children, and great if you want to assign monetary value to chores. When you click the link, the blogger explains in detail how to use her chart.
5. 8 Designs of Weekly Chores
As you can see above, Kristi designed eight bright and fun chore charts. This is perfect for kids that want their own chart to stand out.
6. Work For Hire Chore Board
Rachel created this “work for hire” station as a way to encourage her children to earn extra money by doing more difficult chores.
7. Chore Chart Popsicle Sticks
This system combines “expected” chores with “extra for hire” chores on one sheet. Plus, it has the chore sticks idea which I think is genius!
8. Colorful Daily & Weekly Chore Chart
I really love how Mique made this chart so incredibly colorful and vibrant! Plus, it has a place for weekly chores.
9. Simple Chore Chart
Simple, no fuss, no explanation needed, chore chart. I actually really enjoy simple chore charts – they take less thought and time to set up.
10. Punch Cards For Chores
You know those punch cards you get from your favorite store? How about one for your kids when they do their chores? I love this creative idea! Make sure you have cardstock! There are even free designs for reading and showing kindness.
11. Task & Rewards Chart
12. Hanging Chore Chart With Tickets
This post has everything you need to make this fantastic system! I love the idea of tickets. It’s a fun system that kids can actually see their hard work paying off.
13. Rotating Chore Chart
This is GORGEOUS! I also love that each room has a specific checklist (no excuses for missing the dusting!). My own mom used to assign tasks by room. I tend to really like this idea.
14. 7 pages of Chore and Daily Routine Charts
These chore charts are cute and simple. But this post also includes tips for “10 minutes to a clean house” so it’s worth the click!
15. Responsibilities & Chores
Penny Pinchin’ Mom gives you 3 different options! Love all of them too! I especially like how one of them explains the chores that are appropriate for each age group.
16. Magnetic Chore Chart
This is such a creative idea – make the chore chart magnetic! I love how easy this is to move the colorful magnets from “to do” to “done.”
17. Personalized Job Chart
I love the colors and simplicity of these charts. Head over the the Crafting Chicks to print them!
18. Pick A Chore
Brooke created a super bright and very organized system for her kids. The entire tutorial looks simple and I can’t wait to try it!
19. Ice Cream Chores
This chore chart requires sewing. So I won’t be doing it. But if you love to sew, it looks simple and I bet your kids will LOVE it! Plus, it ends up looking like ice cream, which is insanely creative.
20. Simple DIY Chart with Clothes Pins
This is beyond super simple. Each child is in charge of one room per week. The rules for living clean are outlined below. I think this is one of my favorite ones of all.
There you have it!! I hope you find one that works perfectly for you! Whether you print a simple one or try a new system all together, these are all free and all so fun!
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